* First in a three-part series about the future of Cherokee County Schools.
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Wolf Creek – I was walking from Swainsboro to Savannah,” recalled David Rabhan, whose artwork will be exhibited at the Murphy Art Center until the end of March, “a trip that I
Charlotte – A Murphy man who bilked senior citizens out of more than $800,000 was recently sentenced to nine years in federal prison on wire fraud charges.
Murphy – After 6½ years as Cherokee County’s veterans services officer, it’s safe to say Jan Griggs left her mark.
Marble – Cherokee County has a new Emergency Medical Services station in the middle of the county to help improve response time for ambulances.
Raleigh – The Cherokee Scout, Cherokee County’s primary news and information source since 1889, picked up 20 honors in the N.C.
While driving across Cherokee County, some people have taken notice of horses with ribs showing or living in less-than-desirable conditions.
Andrews – A local TEAM is about to get a lot bigger.
Hiwassee Dam – The community was rocked over the weekend to learn of the sudden passing of Kayla Begley, a Hiwassee Dam High School senior who was loved by those who knew her.
*WEB UPDATE: Democrat incumbent Tim Coffey and two Republicans – Tylor Dockery of Unaka and Keesha Curtis of Hothouse – decided to run for the at-large school board seat in the final 90 min
Murphy – The director of the Hiwassee Valley Pool & Wellness Center is hopeful the pool could open again soon.
Marble – After serving for 3½ years as president of the Valley River Humane Society, Jonathan Hart resigned Friday.
Thousands of people from all walks of life – including a former president – filed slowly past the casket of the Rev.
Hanging Dog – The U.S.
Murphy – Local resident Justin Blair’s world just got a whole lot muddier.